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A Neighborly DisputeMain Characters: Germany and Austria
Rated: PG-13 for Violence
Summary: Just before an important world meeting, Austria gets on Germany's last nerve. This leads to an all out brawl in the middle of the conference room! What will happen when these two neighbors have a dispute?
Germany was early, as usual.
He would never show up late to the conference room when there were so many important issues to discuss. Showing up early would usually give Ludwig time to look through his notes, add on any last-minute changes to his speeches, and keep his nerves from getting in the way of what he wanted to say.
As he stepped in though, Germany noticed one other nation among the early birds. Austria sat in his place at the conference table. There was a stack of papers to Roderich’s left, while he looked over another set straight in front of him.
"Good morning, Austria." Germany said, greeting him. Roderich simply waved in response, but he didn't even voice a simple
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The next morning came too quickly. The sun rose above the horizon, peeking in between the dark blue curtains that were draped across the windows. The little rays touched Greece's face. He responded with a slight groan, shielding his eyes. With a lot less effort than he normally gave, the nation managed to sit up. Once he propped himself up, he saw something that was particularly out of place.
"I can't believe it..." Heracles thought when he looked to the right.
Just beside him was Gilbert. By now, the former nation of Prussia was deep into his sleep. He lay in the chair that he used to sit by Greece's side, with his arms crossed and his back straight upward. If his eyes weren't closed, he wouldn't even look like he was asleep. Gilbert still looked alert, as if he were still awake.
"Prussia?" Greece said out loud. He reached out, barely able to touch his light-haired house mate on the should
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Back in his room, Heracles was in fact asleep. Just five minutes of nap time had taken him deep within a dreamland. In his vision, the Grecian stood in his Athens home, looking over the beautiful scenery of the ancient city. The clear, blue skies, the fresh aroma of the flowers, and the roars of the seas beside him were all too much. He truly missed them all. Returning home in a dream felt so real, even if it was all an illusion.
Just as he was taking in the sights and sounds of his beloved homeland, Greece felt a tap on his shoulder. He looked to see a tall man dressed in a formal, black tuxedo. The man had a solemn look upon his face. Greece didn't understand. Who was this person? What was he trying to tell him?
The nicely dressed man shook his head. There was no need for words. He handed Greece a letter that had the official symbol of the European Union. There was no need to read the whole thing. The neatly penned, ornate words at the very bottom c
Road to Recovery - Chapter 1Road to Recovery - A Hetalia Fan Fiction
Summary: When Greece's economy starts to fail, he is assigned to live with Germany and his brother Prussia. One day, Germany has to leave for a world conference, and Greece’s health takes a sudden turn for the worse. Can Prussia care for him all by himself?
It was just another ordinary day for Gilbert Bielschmidt. He got out of bed at his usual time, when his digital clock read 9:45 am. (This was a whole three hours later than his brother Germany’s wake-up time, something that was often brought up, but Gilbert ignored.) As a former nation, Gilbert was now Prussia in name only. While he sometimes had the responsibilities with being in charge of the eastern half of unified Germany, he didn’t carry the full load of his younger brother Ludwig, who represented the whole Federation.
Most of the time, Gilbert was stuck at home. Sometimes he gardened, othe
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